Beginners Class-Daytime Class
Let's explore the world of Japanese!
Who should take this class?
Starts in October 2017!
This class is designed for those who would like to learn Japanese from zero to beginners/intermediate level in a year!
This class aimed to :
-be able to understand Japanese sentence structures and the basic grammar.
-be able to read, write, listen, and speak the basic Japanese.
-be able to ask and answer questions about personal topics.
-be able to understand frequently used daily expressions.
-be able to communicate in a simple way and talk about routine tasks requiring simple information.
-be able to describe the background and environment in simple terms.
Our daytime beginners class consists of 6 lessons a week, including beginners Japanese lessons, Kanji lessons, and a conversation lesson.
In the beginners Japanese lessons, we'll go over the textbook to deepen knowledge of Japanese sentence structure, grammar, and vocabulary.
We'll learn how to read, write, listen, and speak in Japanese in lessons.
In the exchange session, we focus on conversations, frequently used daily expressions, and conversational phrases.
We work with local Japanese who study English in the classroom next to ours.
You can practice what you've just learned immediately, ask them questions, and have fun conversations.
Through the lesson, you can understand how Japanese people think, feel, and express themselves!
Deepen your Japanese knowledge and enjoy this real Japanese experience!
Online learning center
Our textbook provides great online learning resources.
In the online learning center, you can study new vocabulary, phrases, grammar, and even take check tests on your own.
You can study at home with the online learning center and have even more opportunities to practice Japanese during the class!
Whether in or out of the classroom, you can study Japanese anytime you'd like.
Our textbook, Marugoto was developed for adult learners of Japanese as a foreign language, designed with an emphasis on using Japanese to communicate and on understanding and respecting other cultures.
Focus is placed on the Japanese structures that underline communication, vocabulary, grammar, and sentence patterns.
Each topic in the textbook contains situations where people from a variety of cultural backgrounds interact in Japanese.
You can experience various aspects of Japanese culture through photographs and illustrations while listening to a number of natural conversations taking place in each situation.
Through 4 levels of textbook, we'll learn Japanese from zero to beginners/intermediate level in a year.
Please refer to the links below for the curriculums of each level of textbook.
Study support app
To support our students study habits, we use a communication app called "#Slack".
On #Slack, you can ask teachers questions, get answers, talk to your classmates, and share information and learning tips.
You can talk to local Japanese people on chatroom channel on #Slack and practice your Japanese conversation with them too!
When we study together, we have fun!
Small class size
Our class size is small with a maximum of 8 people, so that we can focus on each student's progress.
Our casual, at-home setting invites you to enjoy learning; you'll easily fit into our "house" and feel welcome!
Meet locals in our house and make real connections with them, so you can be a part of the real Okinawa!
Schedule & Lesson Fee
Beginners Japanese Class - Daytime Class
Starts in October 2017!
Consists of the 6 lessons weekly listed below.
Mondays 9:00am - 10:55am : Beginners Japanese
Mondays 11:10am - 12:00pm : Kanji Lesson
Wednesdays 9:00am - 10:55am : Beginners Japanese
Wednesdays 11:10am - 12:00pm : Exchange session
Registration Fee - 10,800 yen
Teaching Materials - 12,960 yen
Monthly Lesson Fee - 46,656 yen/month
*The registration fee and the teaching material fee will be added to your first payment.
Coming from overseas?
Unfortunately, we do NOT support any visa sponsorship, but you can always apply for a working holiday visa in Japan!
We do NOT provide any accommodation either, but you can refer to the link below for a place to stay in Okinawa.